- Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
- £24,838.27 - £27,302.02 per year
- Contract Type:
- Fixed Term
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
- Work From Home:
Temporary end date - December 2027
Business Support Officer - Wellbeing Hub & Lochies School Project
So you're applying to join the Wellbeing Hub and Lochies School project team? Great decision!
It's hard to understate just how important projects like this are to local communities. These centres act as a focal point for local people, and when done right, the sense of pride and belonging sends ripples across all aspects of life in the community. Simply put, our goal is to make inclusive, accessible and inspiring spaces that make REAL changes to the lives of REAL people. If you want to make a difference, this is how you do it.
Clackmannanshire Council has never built anything on this scale before. The team who deliver it will be breaking new ground - literally and figuratively. The success of the project will be built on world class problem solving, rigorous delivery and ownership, and seamless communication between all colleagues, internal and external.
And that's where you come in. As Business Support Officer, you'll be the driving force that keeps us moving – coordinating meetings, updating project plans, liaising with both the internal and external project team members, updating communications plans and tracking and monitoring the overall progress of the construction phases.
We are not looking for someone with 20 years of experience here. This is about raw skills and hard work. If you have the talent and desire to make it work, we can make it work. And if we do make it work, we'll unlock unlimited potential for your career in project management and development.
Make sure you read the Wellbeing Hub & Lochies School Recruitment Pack below for more information about the project and the role.
You can view the application pack below including our recruitment privacy notice. The application pack contains the job profile outlining the skills, experience and knowledge required for this job.
Clackmannanshire Council is currently promoting for the (Get into Care for Adult Care) further documents can be viewed below (These do not relate to the job advertised).
Clackmannanshire Council welcomes applications from everyone and we value diversity in our workforce. We are committed to being an exemplar employer with an inclusive culture, developing a workplace environment where all our employees are treated with dignity and respect. For this vacancy, we would welcome applications from ethnic minority groups, who are currently under represented in our workforce.
Clackmannanshire Council is a living wage accredited employer.